Third person dies after two-car crash on A1 near Dunbar

Emergency services at the scene Emergency services worked through the night following the crash on 9 January

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A third person has died following a crash on the A1 in East Lothian.

David Forsyth, 23, from Invergordon, was driving a Ford Focus which collided with a Ford Ka, near Torness Power Station, at 19:40 on 9 January.

The driver of the Ka, Dawn Morris, 21, and her rear seat passenger, Claire Jamieson, 21, both from the Cowdenbeath area of Fife, died last week.

Two other 20-year-old women, who were passengers in the cars, were injured. Police have appealed for witnesses.

Police Scotland said Ms Morris died at the scene of the crash. Ms Jamieson died later in hospital.

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